Vinyl wrapping a vehicle is a great alternative to painting a vehicle, though they are very distinctly different. Some will attempt to compare the cost of a vinyl wrap to the cost of a low-budget paint job but they each have their pros and cons. Vinyl wrapping is a great choice because it allows customization with flexibility. It does not require long term commitment, as vinyl can be removed and replaced easily and relatively cheaply, unlike paint which is meant to be a permanent change. Vinyl wrapping also provides the opportunity to get creative with designs, patterns, unique colors, transitioning colors, etc. where paint Is somewhat limited or will cost exponentially more for truly custom work.
When you’re ready for a transformation, it’s as simple as choosing from the dozens of colors produced by our preferred manufacturers, Avery Dennison or 3M Films. Avery Dennison and 3M are our preferred manufacturers thanks to their quality of product, offered warranty, range of colors and ease of installation. Available colors can be viewed in our swatch books here at LUXE or via 3M or Avery Dennison’s website. Find your dream color and leave the rest to us.
If you’re looking for something more bold, a pattern wrap may be the right choice for you. Let us help you find your new look and make your vehicle stand out from the crowd. Choose from available patterns or consider a fully custom-designed wrap if you want to be truly one of a kind.
When settling for something common just isn’t an option for you, it’s time to consider a custom wrap. The possibilities are truly endless and your vehicle is sure to make a statement wherever you take it. Every custom-designed wrap starts with a comprehensive consultation with one of our experienced advisors that will ask the questions necessary to create a design that is bespoke and sure to exceed your expectations.
Wrapping your entire vehicle isn’t the only way to customize your vehicle or advertise your company. Looking for custom branding or other graphics that won’t cover the entire vehicle? A partial wrap or custom-designed branding placement is the perfect solution for you. Come by for a consultation with a service advisor to get the conversation started.
Chrome has become less and less popular in the last decade, yet many manufacturers still insist on chrome trims and other accents. If you’re ready to update the look of your vehicle, a chrome delete is the perfect solution. A chrome delete is the process of removing and wrapping the chrome trim on your vehicle in vinyl. While satin black or gloss black are the most common options, any color is possible.
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Vinyl is a relatively thin, flexible, adhesive-backed material that is used in many applications, both automotive and non-automotive. This material comes in a variety of colors and finishes and can be used to wrap an entire vehicle in a color of your choosing.
Vinyl wrapping your vehicle can be a good alternative to painting your vehicle. It can be used as a temporary and cost-effective way to completely transform your vehicle. A vinyl wrap can also preserve the painted surface below and assists in preventing UV fading.
Vinyl is a great way to personalize your vehicle, however it is not thick enough to be able to take abuse the same way that PPF can. On average, vinyl is half as thick as PPF and does not have the same self healing properties and elasticity that Paint Protection Film has. You should not rely on vinyl to prevent rock chips or deeper scratches.